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International Drugs Policy: A key challenge in the 21st century

The Foreign Policy Centre Annual Lecture
Tuesday7 November,
6.30pm, Hong Kong Theatre
London School of Economics and Political Science

As the British debate about drugs policy takes centre stage, Keith Hellawell, popularly known as the "Drugs Czar", will put the issues in an international context.

He will draw upon good practice in drug treatment around the world, suggesting ways of building a new international consensus to combat the negative effects of drugs.

International Drugs Policy: A key challenge for policy makers in the 21st century , is the Foreign Policy Centre's third annual lecture. It is jointly organised by LSE and The Foreign Policy Centre. The lecture will be held at 6.30pm on Tuesday 7 November in LSE's Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, Aldwych, WC2A 2AE.

This event is ticket only. For a free ticket for the lecture and for the videolink in the Old Theatre call Sadler's Wells box office on 020 7863 8222 quoting 'FPC lecture' or email lse.bookings@sadlers-wells.com .| Opening hours are Monday to Saturday, noon-6pm. Other enquiries, call 020 7955 6043.


Journalists are invited to attend this lecture.

For further information please contact Judith Higgin, LSE Press Officer, on 020 7955 7582

25 October 2000